Wilhelm Wagenfeld (design), 1924, based on preliminary design by Carl Jakob Jucker, 1923, Table lamp MT 9 / ME 1 glass version, design 1923-1924, produced c. 1927 / Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, Photo: Gunter Lepkowski

Wilhelm Wagenfeld (design), 1924, based on preliminary design by Carl Jakob Jucker, 1923, Table lamp MT 9 / ME 1 glass version, design 1923-1924, produced c. 1927

Wilhelm Wagenfeld (design), 1924, based on preliminary design by Carl Jakob Jucker, 1923, Table lamp MT 9 / ME 1 glass version, design 1923-1924, produced c. 1927 Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, Photo: Gunter Lepkowski

Marianne Brandt, Tea infuser (MT 49), 1924 / Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin, Photo: Gunter Lepkowski / © VG Bild-Kunst Bonn

Marianne Brandt, Tea infuser (MT 49), 1924

Marcel Breuer (frame design), Gunta Stölzl (textile design), African Chair, 1921 / Bauhaus-Archiv/ Fotostudio Bartsch, Karen Bartsch/ purchased with the support of the Siemens Kunststiftung / © VG Bild-Kunst Bonn (for Gunta Stölzl)

Marcel Breuer (frame design), Gunta Stölzl (textile design), African Chair, 1921

Works

Collection focus: the ‘classics’: More than practically any other object, this lamp by Wilhelm Wagenfeld and Carl Jakob Jucker has come to be regarded as epitomizing the Bauhaus. More about the lamp and other major works in the collection is available under The Bauhaus Collection.

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